Antonio Langham is a renowned footballer with a great past career since his draft in 1994. The 51 years old footballer started his career in football from his early college days.
He played for the Alabama Crimson Tide at the defensive post until he got drafted in the NFL. He was drafted by the Cleveland Browns initially. He played for other NFL teams as well before returning to play for the Cleveland Browns. He played till 2000 before retiring.
Unlike many other NFL players who switched their career, he now works as a football coach after retiring and has not let go of his passion.
Biography and Wiki
|Collie Antonio Langham
|Date of birth
|July 31, 1972
|51 years old
|Place of birth
|Town Creek, Alabama, USA
|Kerry Goode and
|Former Professional footballer and
|1 Million – 10 Million USD
|6 ft (183 cm)
Antonio Langham Net Worth and Earnings
The talented footballer had a successful seven-year career in the NFL. These years not only helped him earn a lot of fame but also gave him a good earning.
He earned a lot during his days as a footballer. And he is still getting a decent amount as a coach of a high school team.
Besides these, Langham also owns ACL Development Real estate company. All these have added up to make his net worth around 1 million to 10 million USD.
Antonio Langham Personal Family and Early Life
Langham has maintained topmost privacy when it comes to his personal life. So, no one knows who his parents are.
However, people know that he was born and raised in Town Creek and is the cousin of the other footballers Kerry Good and Chris Goode.
Antonio Langham Girlfriend and Relationship
Like his personal life, Langham has also kept his love life away from the media. SO, no one knows if he is in a relationship or single.
Education and High School
Langham spent most of his childhood as well as his youth in his hometown. He did all of his schooling from there.
He went to Hazelwood High School in his hometown for his school level education. After graduating from high school, he joined the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa for his higher education.
In college, he played for the college team until being drafted.
Career and NFL
Langham started his career in football even before joining the NFL. While in college, he started his journey by playing for the Alabama Crimson Tide.
He was one of its best players who anticipated an interception return that made it possible for the team to win the SEC( Southeastern Conference) Championship in 1993.
This game became one of the most enjoyed games earning a spot for Langham in the Alabama Sports hall of fame.
He played many games for his college and showed great gameplay. In 1992, he led his team to win the Consensus National Championship.
For his excellent performance in the field, he even became the receiver of the Jim Thorpe Award as the top defensive back in the nation.
He was also the consensus All-American player. It was because of his excellent college football career he got drafted in his very first draft.
The Cleveland Browns team of the NFL drafted him in the 1994 NFL. He became one of the two players who played for the Browns before joining the Baltimore Ravens.
He played with the Browns for the first two years before moving to Baltimore Ravens in 1996.
His time with the Ravens was the peak of his career in the NFL. In one of the games, he intercepted fifty-nine yards with five passes. He played for the Ravens for a year. He then left the team and joined the San Francisco 49ers in 1998.
However, when the Cleveland Browns formed an expansion team, Langham joined the team. He played for the team for a year and then moved to play for the New England Patriots. His last game was for the Patriots before announcing his retirement.
Though he retired as a professional footballer, he never gave up on his passion. Instead, he searched for another way of enjoying it by becoming a coach. Langham started coaching in a high school in Birmingham, and to this day, he is active as a coach.
Besides a football career, Langham also owns a development and real estate company, which he has named ACL Development & Real Estate.
Forfeits in 1993 Season
In 1993, Langham submitted an application mentioning his wish to join the 1993 NFL draft. It made him ineligible to take part in the 1993 Season.
However, his coach, Gene Stallings, was unable to inform the SEC and NCAA about this. The matter got revealed only in late November.
It created a mess for the Alabama Crimson Tide as they had to forfeit nine games in the 1993 Season, which included one tie and eight wins.